In this installment of our monthly rental guide, we present eight places across the city worthy of your time (and money), including an artsy apartment and a skyline suite.
We scoured Craigslist so you don’t have to, highlighting apartments with walkable neighborhoods, public transit access and charm, in our quest to make apartment hunting less of a chore. In case you missed last month’s guide, check it out here, as some are still on the market.
Here are eight Pittsburgh apartments worth renting right now. Get ’em while they’re hot (or while the listings are still up).
$825 per month
Foodies: This one is for you. It’s across the street from Pear and the Pickle and a short walk from Scratch Food and Beverage.
It also boasts an updated kitchen with gleaming countertops for when you cook at home. All that, plus charming built-ins, easy bus access, and a skyline view.
As if plucked from a storybook, an ethereal pastel mural covers the outside of this house situated in Wilkinsburg near Regent Square.
Inside, the delight continues with exposed brick, large ceiling beams, hardwood floors and a cozy kitchen.
$1,295 per month
There’s a lot of charm packed into this two-bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and hardwood floors. Its window seat is begging for a tenant who wants to curl up there with a good book.
$1,295 per month
With an unrivaled skyline view, it’ll be like dining at the Le Mont every night at this townhouse.
The living room-dining room-kitchen layout define open concept with plenty of space for a dining table and a couch and TV.
$1,400 per month
On the curb appeal factor, this place nails it. Its bright red brick exterior leads into a spacious three-bedroom located a block-and-a-half from Carson Street.
Don’t miss the intricate backsplash in the kitchen.
$1,535 per month
This two-level, two-bedroom comes equipped with a vintage vibes.
As an added bonus, it’s close to Harris Grill and 5801, two bars for your Pittsburgh bucket list.
$2,450 per month
This window seat is Instagram-worthy. Just add a few throw pillows, some plants and a stack of books, and you’ve got a snug spot for reading and relaxing (and snapping some stunning photos).
All that, plus a bathroom that’s more like a spa with a tub bathed in light.
$2,500 per month
Just in time for summer, this place comes equipped with a sprawling rooftop deck.
Inside, look for plenty of natural light, exposed brick and an updated kitchen.